Lady Gaga stunned her Las Vegas audience with a surprise guest during the finale of her Lady Gaga ENIGMA concert at the Park Theater at Park MGM last night.
As she got ready for her finale, her A Star Is Born director and co-star – Bradley Cooper – appeared onstage for the first live performance of their film duet, "Shallow."
The little monsters, predictably, went wild.
The song has already been honored at the Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Awards.
The movie received 8 Oscar nominations this week, including two for Gaga (Best Actress and Best Original Song) and a Best Actor nod for Cooper.
Also making the Oscar list for A Star Is Born is Sam Elliott (Best Supporting Actor), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Picture.
Cooper was a surprising omission in the 'Best Director' category, which is appalling since the entire endeavor was a success thanks to his vision and leadership.
I enjoyed Gaga in the film, but I thought Cooper was sensational.
Watch the performance below, and make sure to tune in for the Oscars on February 24 on ABC.
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